Katy Fedrigon

Katy Fedrigon is a native of Carol Stream, Illinois, where she began her dance training at the age of three. Her extensive training began at Expression Dance Academy under the direction of Susan Ross-Shike and then Dance Motions Dance Studio (Bartlett, IL) under the direction of Kristin Hild and Sinead Gildea. She took advantage of the Chicago dance scene by competing in dance competitions, participating in conventions and master classes, and performing works by Chicago choreographers.

Katy spent a summer on scholarship at the Lou Conte Dance Studio, and had the chance to take class from and alongside Hubbard Street Dance Company directors and members.

Katy graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance from The University of Arizona. While at the UofA, Katy was given the opportunity to perform pieces by Martha Graham, Mia Michaels and alongside Liz Calaway. She had the privilege to work with a notable faculty, which included: James Clouser, Amy Ernst, Jory Hancock, Melissa Lowe, Doug Nielsen, Susan Quinn Williams, Michael Williams and Sam Watson.

Immediately following graduation, Katy moved back to Chicago and was a company member of Inaside Chicago Dance for four seasons where she was able to work with world renowned choreographers Harrison McEldowney, Eddy Ocampo, Autumn Eckman and directors Richard Smith and Robert Mckee. Katy has also performed professionally with Thodos New Dances, Wake Up! Waltz, and The Prince Experience at the House of Blues. She most recently has been a company member for three years with Nomi Dance Company and given the opportunity to perform Joshua Blake Carter’s “Kim” in Dance For Life 2018. Katy also has been a company member and rehearsal director with Dance In the Parks. This is Katy’s first season performing with Still Inspired(?).